The Baltimore Ravens have number of issues to address this offseason like many NFL teams. One position in particular is the wide receiver position. Last year the Ravens added T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Anquan Boldin in an attempt to give them a more dynamic passing attack but that didn’t exactly happen the way that they were hoping that it would.
Now they will have to make decisions on whether or not retain T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Donte Stallworth who will both be free agents once free agency starts. Head coach John Harbaugh was asked about the teams plans for the two free agent wide receivers.
“You can’t really put a percentage basis on it because there are so many things up in the air at this time,” Harbaugh said, according to the Ravens’ official website. “There are obviously a lot of issues that haven’t been a part of the equation in the past. It’s just a different calendar now with free agency.”
Houshmandzadeh will be 33 and Stallworth will be 30 come next season and when you consider that both players put up their worst statistical seasons last year along with the alternative options that are available in the free agent market, it would not be surprising to see the Ravens pass on them.